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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

TAFE NSW Health And Community Service Short Course

Member for Bega Andrew Constance is encouraging those considering a career in health and wellbeing to try the new TAFE NSW Health and Community Services short course.

The NSW Department of Planning and Environment, South East and Tablelands Regional Plan, forecast the health, wellbeing and community services sector will account for 17.9 per cent of employment in the southern half of NSW by 2021.

“There is already strong demand for more people to take up roles in community services and this is a great first step,” Mr Constance said.

“Employment growth over the next few years will be driven by an ageing population and significant NSW Government investment in health infrastructure.”

To help train the workforce of the future TAFE NSW at the Bega Connected Learning Centre (CLC) and Moruya Campus is offering the Introduction to Health and Community Services short course.

The taster course will cover communicating and working effectively in health and community services as well as skills in working with diverse people.

Mr Constance said the seven-week-course would present an introduction to working in the sector with a focus on achieving three units toward a full qualification in community services.

“The Statement of Attainment would give students a chance to sample the training to see if it was a career they would like to pursue further.”

The short course can provide study pathways to full qualifications in Individual Support, Health Services Assistant and Community Services.

Mr Constance said job outcomes in the sector include roles such as in-home respite care, nurse’s aid, care service employee, transport support worker, community services field officer, school support officer and family support worker.

The short course will be offered during semester two at TAFE NSW Bega CLC and Moruya Campus from Monday July 29 and will run for four hours a week over seven weeks through blended delivery.

To find out more about studying an Introduction to Health and Community Services in semester two at TAFE NSW, phone 13 16 01 or visit


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